BODY OF SCARS: New Album Title, Track Listing Revealed

BODY OF SCARS, the Phoenix, Arizona-based band featuring JAG PANZER drummer Rikard Stjernquist and former 40 GRIT vocalist/guitarist James Santiago, has set "BOS-DOS" as the title of its second album, tentatively due in September. According to the group, the CD "will have 15 songs and is around 67 minutes long. We are very excited for the way it's turning out; some songs that we thought were B-sides or throwaways are turning into real monsters."

"BOS-DOS" track listing:

01. Incoming
02. 1st Degree
03. City Square
04. All Or Nothing
05. Miracle Of Life
06. Three Piece Suit
07. Bitch
08. Smoke And Mirrors
09. Show You The Way
10. Left Perfectly
11. Hazard
12. Severed
13. Until We Meet Again
14. Snap Count
15. Less Than Content

Formed in August 2006, BODY OF SCARS' current lineup is completed by bassist Brian Shoemake.

For more information, visit the BODY OF SCARS MySpace page.

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